Caleb University is in the eye of the storm following the missing of an undergraduate studying Computer Science in the institution, Oluwanifemi Olajide after receiving death threat from cultists.
Olajide was last heard of on August 16, according to his father who is accusing the university authorities of complicity with fear that something untoward may have happened to his son in the hands of the cultist in an interview he granted Punchng.com.
The Senior Olajide alleged the management of Caleb University of complicity and covering up saying in an interview he granted the paper, “He requested money for transportation on Monday, August 16, 2021, and I sent N5,000 to him. But I did not see any debit alert since it’s my ATM card he is using. I became worried and called a staff member of the school to check on him and the worker told me the boy had left for Ibadan to see his mum.
“But I did my findings and discovered that he never arrived in Ibadan or signed out of the school. We are of the opinion that he was abducted by the cultists he told his sister about. He said the cultists wanted him dead and we saw the messages he sent to her on WhatsApp before his disappearance.
“The school has just been trying to put itself in a clean shape despite being 100 per cent culpable about my son’s disappearance. The reason my child did not go to a state university was because of cultism. I took him to Caleb University after accessing that CCTV was installed everywhere. But I am surprised that after my son went missing, they refused to give us access to the CCTV footage.”